I booked this restaurant because of it's proximity to the hotel where my visiting friend was staying. Despite this, she and her travelling companion still got lost! So with a 45 minute wait on my own, I was immediately put at ease by the gracious Eva and her two staff. I kept myself busy with some lovely bread and the lobster ravioli, accompanied by a glass of the blanc blanc. Ok the ravioli was a tad on the cold side but delicious all the same. Just as I finished my appetiser my friends turned up. We ordered a bottle of blanc blanc, a bargain at less than £20 and the duck, rib eye and fillet. The fillet was one of the more memorable and generous I have eaten in London and the accompanying white asparagus was a nice change from the green. The duck was gobbled up in no time as apparently it was delicious, however the rib eye was a tad more rare than the medium that was requested. For dessert one of us went for a very generous creme brule, whilst two of us shared the apple pie and ice cream, yum. When the bill came all three of us were very pleasantly surprised, it topped off a top dining experience. Want to impress visiting friends in a very swish neighbourhood but not pay the usual London prices?, then don't hesitate booking your table here.
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